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Jazzaria
Mar 29, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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There's something a bit out of place - an unexpected combination, an unusual mish-mash. Unexpected yet anachronistically pleasing, aerial heavy levity allows suspension of both metal and disbelief. Featuring assorted synthesizers, electric guitar and bass, drum kit, Wurlitzer electric piano, and strings.
Topics: surreal, jazz, fusion, rock
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Mar 22, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Like fibers in a cord, we are all connected - and often, entangled in unexpected ways. Even on the fringe, there are strands running through, upon which many things can travel. Connection is a means to an end - share unto others as you wish for yourself. Featuring piano, orchestral strings and woodwinds, drums, and a highly effected music box.
Topics: suspense, atmospheric, orchestral
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Mar 15, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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I am a bee in a flat. I like wearing my hat. I have a very cool cat. He is fat, takes my honey like that. Bee cool and enjoy this relaxing track, featuring soprano saxophone, jazz guitar, upright bass, piano, and jazz drum kit.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
Jazzaria
Mar 8, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Blues are better with friends - voices joining together, commiseratively celebrating sundry circumstances. The late great mastodon may seem an odd emblem of social interaction, but its prehistoric ways have a lot to teach us. Featuring an amiable collection of instruments - clarinet, upright bass, piano, mallet-played drum kit, and flugelhorn.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, blues
Jazzaria
Mar 1, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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A life lived. Primate pizzazz, persevering - to a point. A plunky monkey ponders, reflecting on what came before, and might continue after. Featuring a plunky synthesizer, electric guitar and bass, drum machine, steel tongue drum, and ethereal wobbling effects.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, synthesizer
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Feb 23, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Something else. I have noticed that they also tend to carry a security cover that just allows you to show a holocall on your helmet or so. It's a little fiddly, but once you get the hang of it, it's very convenient. Bread: Honey, why don't you go down to the marketplace, and meet up with me and your brother? Honey: I'll be there in a minute. Bread: All right then. Featuring a ragtag band of less demanding virtual instruments, synthesizers, dolphins, roosters, lead synth oboe, horse, jazz fusion...
Topics: synthesizer, fusion, surreal
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Feb 16, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Inequality has a new foe. When differences are too great, and barriers attempt to separate, Action Potential will be there. Ready to lead the charge, Action Potential will reverse the polarity of any imbalanced situation. This driven track features African drums, electric bass, guitar, trumpets, piano, and a choral effect.
Topics: world, fusion, improvisation
Jazzaria
Feb 9, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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ERROR: this track ran into a problem and failed to start as expected. A recent instrument or effect change might be the cause. To fix the problem: 1) Insert your original disc and restart, 2) Choose your EQ settings, and then click "next", 3) Click "play this track." If you do not have your original disc, contact your musical artist or their label for assistance. Featuring brass, synthesizers, drums, distorted bass, female voice, and highly affected orchestral strings and...
Topics: boot, computer, fusion
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Feb 2, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Wow - 2020/02/02, a.k.a. 02/02/2020. Notlob Bolton. Emo Rd: nil apt palindrome. Notlob Bolton. 02/02/2020, a.k.a. 2020/02/02 - wow.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, experimental
Jazzaria
Jan 26, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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In many places, the end is another beginning. Considered contrapuntally, and then expanding improvisationally, this track explores one such possible late night scene. Featuring upright bass, organ, piano, drums, and strings.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, fusion
Jazzaria
Jan 19, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL THE END OF THIS TRACK... * WHAT... Significant buildup, with dramatic accumulation of drums, synthesizers, and orchestra. Winds blowing through their instruments as expected. * WHERE... Whatever sound reproduction device you choose to use. * IMPACTS... You may be surprised. Snow big deal!
Topics: orchestral, epic, humor
Jazzaria
Jan 12, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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The baby has grown up - and gone to war. Dinosaurs are fierce beasts, capable of extraordinary feats. A dinosaur general, leader of the dinosaur forces, is therefore a force to reckon with. Featuring synthesizers, strings, winds, electric guitar, bass, drums, and a spaced-out piano.
Topics: orchestral, electronic, fusion
Jazzaria
Jan 5, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Things can start with one. If it's big enough, whole universes occur. Fireworks cause them, and things can end with them as well. But for now, let us kick off with - a bang! Featuring full symphony orchestra of strings, brass, woodwinds, women's choir, and percussion (cymbal, gong, snare, and bass drum).
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, march
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Attaining purposeful goals is perhaps the only true reason for celebration, and in that spirit this festive track commemorates the timely accomplishment of desired objectives. Featuring electric guitar and bass, pop drum kit, and both guitar and synth lead sounds, with an upbeat solo.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, improvisation
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Fantastic journeys, fantastic distances - the space between can overshadow the endpoints. Where we start and where we end fade - we are simply away from home. Featuring sentimental strings, synthesizer, drums, and piano.
Topics: strings, electronic, fusion
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Thank you for contacting us. Your time is important, and we want to be sure you get the best possible assistance. We are currently busy helping other listeners. All requests will be answered in the order received. We hope this pleasing ambience of piano, guitar, drums, synthesizer, strings, flute, clarinet, and trumpet will set your mind at ease. Please - hold.
Topics: atmospheric, fusion, arpeggiation
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Beaming out into the cosmos, traveling as fast as can be. Losing focus, but not power or intensity. Scattered signals, reaching far and wide. It may not be heard, but it will nonetheless abide. Wholly improvised, featuring the layered sound of pianos, bells, drums, and a variety of synthesized clicky wobbly scratchy patterns.
Topics: improvisation, synthesizer, fusion
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Difficult to fathom, yet carrier of invaluable signal. Seemingly simplistic, brevity belying rapid revisions. Capable of conceptual metamorphosis - or causing comatoseness. Featuring a variety of smooth, clicky, tricky synthesizers. Behold - the Method of Moments.
Topics: electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Paying penance need not be unidirectional. Those who owe may be owed, and those owed are not beyond reproach. It is often asked who watches the watchmen - perhaps the real question is who counts the tabulators. Featuring female voice, orchestra, and a rock band of electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: orchestral, rock, fusion
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Lurking in the distance. A drama untold, a mystery unsolved. Unresolved, yet still it unfolds. Featuring full orchestra, with dark strings and heroic brass.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, dark
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Points of intersection and symmetry, wanderingly wondering whilst windingly wandering. The whole of the pattern is difficult to ascertain, but the core is indisputable. When something is just so yet not, an uncanniness emerges. This creepy exploration of self-sameness features piano, strings, choir, orchestral drums, and experimentally played electric guitar.
Topics: atmospheric, experimental, scary
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Jan 4, 2020 Jazzaria.com
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Dark. Distinguished. Flammable. Rachmaninoff's Blimp floats up, or down, in a dizzying direction of wobbling uncertainty. It is undoubtedly a prelude, if you can see sharply enough to discern it. Featuring piano and assorted synthesizers.
Topics: electronic, experimental, fusion
Jazzaria
Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Not every mystery is a great unknown - many are simply not firmly established. An intuited supposition nonetheless necessitates validation. Consider this when you next discover something you already know - or perhaps know something you've yet to discover. Featuring bass clarinet and clarinet played experimentally, accompanied by piano and synthesized bells and plucks.
Topics: improvisation, fusion, experimental
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Whither happiness? In the fire and fury of the modern world, full of viral content, it is easy to forget the simplicity of being content. Whether we are meant to be content or whether we can tolerate the content, a mint may assist in contentment. This bossa-inspired track features solo alto saxophone, accompanied by piano, percussion, upright bass, and trombones.
Topics: jazz, bossa, acoustic, world, improvisation
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Time is the great unknown, but one thing is certain - accumulation. The precise form and nature may be unexpected, but the direction - and consequence - is inexorable. Featuring orchestra including choir, strings, brass, and an epic rock band of electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: orchestral, epic, rock
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Can spontaneity be serialized? Conceivably, with a surfeit of impromptu devising. One might imagine a conflict of forces, order and chaos - yet it is from that divide that contrast rises. And perhaps, beauty.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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What nature of contradiction is engendered by containing multitudes? Surely multitudes are not simply magnified ego - they are a diversity and richness, and thus any contradiction is simply a member of their set. Far be it from me to pick a fight with wit, man, but intragroup conflict inherently raises questions about the nature of the group itself. Featuring freely improvised piano, layered for multitudinous effect.
Topics: jazz, piano, improvisation
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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If you find yourself in Brazil in winter, it is wise to be prepared - but not too prepared. It may be a touch brisk at times, but nothing a decent layer can't handle. There are still beaches, cafezinhos, and caipirinhas - just a few fewer folks afoot. This bossa-inspired track, appropriate for a sparsely populated beach, features acoustic guitar, percussion, electric bass, piano, tenor saxophone, and flute.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, world, bossa, improvisation
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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There is nothing quite like the stare of a kitten. We may have difficulty divining their intent, but they are clearly striving to read ours. Consider a cat considering, and catch on to the acuteness yet cuteness of their attention. This feline-inspired ballad features a full jazz band, with trombone melody, muted trumpet solo, and saxophones and rhythm section accompaniment.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, ballad
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Promises have been made - and promises shall be kept. The wolf always receives its just deserts - otherwise there will be consequences. Deadly focused consequences. Featuring full orchestra, including percussion, strings, woodwinds, and brass.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, waltz
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Dec 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Does a duck duck? A duck descends - reflected. And what other actions might one undertake? At the end of a day - would a duck dare bake? Featuring assorted semi-modular synthesizers, with lead electric cello.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
Jazzaria
Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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To all residents:   Attached are the audio sound files using the standard tapping machine that provide examples of what the sound would be in the unit below with different floor finishes and underlayments.  Hopefully the file names are pretty self-explanatory. The hardwood example is with a higher quality 5/8 inch thick underlayment.   If you have any further questions, please send them to the Board. Comments are requested to be submitted by June 10th so there can be adequate time for...
Topics: mechanical, atmospheric, experimental
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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How does one charm a serpent? Slither hither and discover. Jazzy chromaticism coupled with a hyponotic melody may just do the trick. Featuring effected duduk (Kazbek Winds by Libre Wave), piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: contrafact, improvisation, jazz
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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In most relationships, a certain level of detachment is advisable. From professional to personal, distant to intimate - almost all connection inevitably fails to capture our inner psyche. Yet it is craved nevertheless, as that very same psyche seeks to validate that which it cannot share. Let's keep this amongst friends, shall we? Featuring soprano saxophone, flute, piano, drums, guitar, and upright bass.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Variable velocity, volatile vibration. Vacuum? Not quite. But not exactly class M. Mars - and the winds thereof. Featuring piano, synthesized plucks and pads, and yes - the Winds of Mars.
Topics: synthesizer, atmospheric, ambient
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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A hot new product - available in a variety of appealing metallic sheens. Guaranteed to inspire recognition, envy, and possible petty theft from the people in your presence. Borne of epistemological dearth and materialistic hubris. Featuring a minimalistic yet efficient set of new ports and dongles. The purpose? iHave No Idea.
Topics: synthesizer, atmospheric, arpeggiation
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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We must attend to our hitherto deja vu, power overdue and our tech it cuts into. Electric boogaloo was a devalued bugaboo, and simply will not do - we are far better off with a voltaic retinue.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Emerging from an unknown place. Claims of a superior race. The greatest threat we will face. An experience we cannot erase. Ants in my Pants. Featuring synthesizers, voice, large drums, and piano.
Topics: synthesizer, vocal, scary
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Children are capable of many things - eating, breathing, hitting, living. Perhaps most terrifyingly - aging. Yet hopefully, learning and maturing. Whatever it is they can do, it is what we all do. Featuring a variety of sampled and synthesized sounds derived from classic toys.
Topics: synthesizer, toy, electronic
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Sloth - adjective and noun. Standard sloths come with a certain quantity of toes. But what if there is a variety we have discounted? We are all capable of lethargy, and all share common ancestors - perhaps, behind our more active exterior, we too are sloths. Featuring aggressive drums, synthesized sounds, bass electric guitar, piano, orchestra, and choir.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, fusion
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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The Phantom of the Night Club, yeah yeah yeah. He'll play right through the hubbub, yeah yeah yeah. A spiritual presence, yeah yeah yeah. It's bioluminescent, yeah yeah yeah. Featuring upright bass, drums, piano, bass trombone, saxophones, trumpet, and of course - an organ.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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The beautiful are simultaneously heralded and chided - an aspirational envy. Overall, they definitively receive a disproportionate share of photons. It has been said that attaining such state requires suffering, but considered contrariwise one arrives at an equally stimulating hypothesis. Perhaps beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, vocal
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Nov 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Offset offsets are set, not unset. Even evens are clearly even - what about odd odds? A childlike search may be required to uncover the answer to this line of inquiry. Featuring alto and baritone saxophone, piano, drums, and bouncy synthesized sounds.
Topics: jazz, blues, improvisation
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Jul 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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An epic tale from days of yore, with bonnets, sombreros, and chapeaus galore. "Son of a haberdasher!" someone intones - yet with deep satisfaction within their cheekbones. We are here, we will cheer, we will not be dismayed - you are now a witness of the grand Hat Parade. Featuring a variety of headpiece-inspired sounds.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, march
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Jul 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb - Mary had a little lamb who played the piano. And everywhere that Mary went, Mary went, Mary went - everywhere that Mary went the lamb would play solo.
Topics: piano, improvisation, unaccompanied
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Jul 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Unformed. Incomplete. Partial - yet perhaps, implicit? Or maybe more simply passive, indifferent to the ebbs and flows of presumptive aesthetic direction. Featuring orchestra, drums, synthesizer, piano, and voice.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, fusion
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Jul 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Early in the morn, there is a bird on a mission. It must make the call, and help its fellow early risers. When the times comes to awake, you know what they say. Featuring solo clarinet, accompanied by piano, upright bass, strings, and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Jul 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Gaze out and behold - the Weirding. Unknown phenomena of mysterious provenance with uncertain ramifications, giving a taste of dissonance in a harmonic world. Featuring orchestra and choir.
Topics: orchestral, improvisation, acoustic
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Jun 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Piracy is not the safest of pursuits - but the story of a pirate does not end so easily. What happens when a pirate shuffles off this mortal coil? Perhaps they become a ghost - perhaps something more. Featuring flute, whistle, choir, trumpet, shakers, drums, and orchestra.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, whistle
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Jun 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Heads, heads, tails, heads. Flip a coin, and randomness ensues - but how random is it, really? Dig into the depths of Bernoulli, and his many untold trials. Featuring acoustic guitar, piano, a small drum kit, and solo electric bass.
Topics: acoustic, bass, guitar
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Jun 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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When men dispute territory, it is called no man's land. But what if men themselves are under dispute? Ownership is an abstraction - but one that can have teeth. Featuring orchestra, drums, piano, and organic effects.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, epic
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Jun 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Come one, come all! Step right up! Marvel at the lassitude of infinitude, here at the Circus at the End of the Universe! Featuring a variety of sounds created by the open source synthesizer Surge, and a motif subliminally inspired by "Anitra's Dance" by Edvard Grieg.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, improvisation
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Jun 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Rocks are heavy, and as such have inspired a whole genre. Yet pebbles, and even tiny grains, can be heavy too - in sufficient quantity. Enjoy this fusion of heavy rock and granular synthesis, featuring electric guitar, bass, drums, and granular orchestral samples.
Topics: rock, granular, synthesis
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Jun 10, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Written language can be ambiguous - and aggressive ambiguity abounds when phonetic and descriptive conflict. Ever tried to write an address down based on verbal instruction? Or figure out how to write a name based on pronunciation alone? You clearly need Compelling with a K - featuring a classic jazz quintet of muted trumpet, tenor sax, piano, upright bass, and drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Not all discoveries lead to the expected - and not all changes are as they appear. What hath science wrought? And which is the greater beast? Behold: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Heave, shift - sheath, lift? To and fro, don't let it go. By scrip and scrape, we'll be ship shape. Featuring an appropriately lilting theme, passed through the full orchestra.
Topics: dorian, acoustic, orchestral, strings, woodwinds, brass
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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The sun gets most of the credit, but we owe a lot to the moon. It has stirred our tides, sheltered us from asteroids, guided us at night - and inspired us to reach into the beyond it represents. We are fortunate to have such a companied in our journey through the depths of space. Featuring full string orchestra.
Topics: strings, acoustic, orchestral
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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The facile is not necessarily fearless - and the difficult not always dire. When something is unexpectedly easy, there is often concern, but this time - there is panic. Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation, acoustic
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Eternally approaching definitive uncertainty. Converging to something that is not really a single thing, but a representative. Asymptotic variance - featuring numerous synthesized oscillators, oscillating in deterministically random ways.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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My salad days, / When I was green in judgment, cold in blood, / To say as I said then.
Topics: clarinet, jazz, dixie, improvisation
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Hush now - the world is slow and peaceful. The cold brings calm, yet makes inner warmth all the more precious. Hush now - and embrace the winter lullaby. Featuring a violin and cello duet, accompanied by piano.
Topics: strings, piano, acoustic
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Apr 8, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Dystopia - a dark realm, yet the native habitat of the square bunnies. Discretization does not decrease their bunny nature - it only accentuates it. Featuring a variety of synthesized sounds, including a smooth lead, a square bass, and scampering bunny steps.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Jan 30, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Dogs play catch to exercise their hunting instinct - but maybe with domestication that instinct has been dulled. Perhaps instead of chasing, they are dreaming - dreaming of snacks. Featuring soprano sax, piano, upright bass, and drums.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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Jan 30, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Sometimes to get it done you just have to jump in and do it - sometimes you must shave against the grain. The direct route is not always smooth, but it can lead to smoothness nonetheless. Featuring ukulele, banjo, acoustic guitar, upright bass, violin, and drums.
Topics: acoustic, improvisation
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Jan 30, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Just put one character in front of another - byte left, byte right, byte left right left. Stay on track and you'll have it down - the Bash Fu March. Featuring a full orchestra, including brass, woodwinds, and strings.
Topics: orchestral, classical, acoustic
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Jan 22, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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Perhaps the aphorism is backwards - if you don't want to want, you should want not to waste. Want not, waste not, lest ye waste not, want all. Featuring appropriately aggressive yet uncertain synthesizers.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic
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Jan 22, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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To finish - be it in success or failure, victory or defeat, accomplishment or annihilation - requires persistence. All things, by definition, begin - how many are truly completed? To endeavor requires effort - to produce, one must push. Featuring orchestra, trumpet, bass synthesizer, assorted drums, and affected female vocals.
Topics: orchestral, electronic, fusion
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Jan 22, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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A celebratory schmear can come in many forms - a bagel, or a blur. In this case, it is the latter, powered by strategic puffs through a wooden tube. But it may give you a hankering for the former, in which case you can only follow your gut. A mere schmear can pack a surprising punch. Enjoy!
Topics: clarinet, klezmer, improvisation
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Jan 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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The last hurrah of an empire - an unwelcome transition, yet in retrospect a unique and valuable union of past and present. Demotic Egyptians may have felt like their peak was behind them, but they gave us an invaluable link, allowing us to appreciate our rich history. This steady rock track commemorates their contribution, featuring electric guitar, bass, drum kit, and lead synthesizer.
Topics: rock, synthesizer, improvisation
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Jan 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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All things change - and though it may at times be hard, it is best to accept this inevitable progression. On the grandest of schemes, change simply is - not from good to bad nor vice versa. Perhaps what to us feels ambiguous is in fact something deeper. Featuring an orchestra and choir with solo trumpet and tuba.
Topics: orchestral, trumpet, tuba
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Jan 13, 2019 Jazzaria.com
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You may have seen a sign like this in your neighborhood - a warning, but also a celebration. Enjoy this suitably slow track, featuring acoustic guitar, piano, drums, and a Höfner violin bass.
Topics: acoustic, easy, improvisation
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Rain is the lifeblood of many ecosystems - dripping and pulsing through, spreading nutrients and life. While it may seem an uncomfortable inconvenience, we would do well to appreciate the value of this natural service. This short abstract soundscape features a variety of sampled and synthesized sounds, including rain, thunder, and a heartbeat bass.
Topics: ambient, atmospheric, synthesizer, electronic, soundscape
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Deep in the highlands lies a mountainous mystery. The tracks are clear - a beast was here. This case calls for the Inspector of the Mountain King. Featuring the open source Sofia Woodwinds, from piccolo and flute through oboe and clarinet on to bassoon and mighty contrabassoon.
Topics: orchestral, woodwinds, classical, percussion
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Slowly spreading, patiently percolating, tirelessly transmitting, excruciatingly extending - permit these oscillating vibrations to suffuse and diffuse through you. Featuring synthesizer and sampled drums.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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You've overlooked a missing link - your tickets cost more than you think. The list price is no guarantee - you forgot the service fee! Featuring electric guitar on lead and rhythm, bass, drums, and sampled vox.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, vox
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Cosmic origin - poetic, mysterious... and violent. Their force is not emotional or personal - stars care not for you or I. But force they have nonetheless, destroying and creating in the same act. Featuring flute, orchestra, synthesizers, plucked strings, solo female voice, and an appropriately destructive bass.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, fusion, flute
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Attraction and repulsion - drama and suspense. Elements of the same continuum - a magnetic field. Featuring an expressive synthesizer solo over a crunchy airy groove.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Dec 29, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Bubbling, burbling, babbling, blabbering, gabbling, gibbering, prattling, blithering. If you tickle a synthesizer, does it not laugh?
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, atmospheric
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Dec 27, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Achromatic orange dukkha pleases joylessly.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, atmospheric
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Dec 27, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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We are told it is not the destination, but the journey that is of import. Is this truism truly true? Perhaps, as with most things, it depends on the situation. The journey and the destination may have much in common, but the distinction can be equally important. Featuring slow synthesizers that will make you wonder if you're there yet.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, atmospheric
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Dec 27, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Density begets depth - in both spacetime and music. Overall the universe is a pretty empty place, but much of the stuff their is naturally clusters. Featuring unaccompanied improvised piano, playing notes that are rather close together.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, piano
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Dec 27, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Not all capitalists have account numbers - and not all pirates are merely brigands. By what means is it acceptable to seek profit? Showing initiative, taking risks, being competitive - in what context do we judge these traits? Featuring an orchestra of strings, brass, woodwinds, and percussion (including castanets).
Topics: orchestral, strings, brass, drums
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Dec 27, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Na, na na, na nah na na, nanana NINJA CHICKEN! Enjoy this rocking track, featuring lead and rhythm electric guitars, bass, and chicken-worthy drums.
Topics: electric guitar, rock, distortion
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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An economic encomium, with stingy staccatos. Thrifty trumpets parsimoniously perform - the frugal fanfare.
Topics: brass, improvisation, trumpet
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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With evolution we have lost something - do we remember? A former feature, a part of our agility and adaptability - we have forgotten our tails. But we can still indulge in our atavistic instincts, and celebrate our commonalities with creatures large and small. Featuring clarinet, acoustic guitar, drums, upright bass, strings.
Topics: jazz, clarinet, improvisation, acoustic, bossa
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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To a human, wildness implies rapidness - to a cow, it is something else. The wild cow considers, ponders, and pontificates. The wild cow enjoys a slow freedom, a uniquely bovine experience. Featuring piano and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, piano, brushes
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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It came from above - and then went back up. Then it came back down. Then it went back up - dreary and temporally free. It was, is, and will be the Future Undead Zombie Yo-Yo. Featuring an expressive synthesizer lead improvising over a rather zombie-like shambling groove of drums, bass, and rhythmic plucks and pulses.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, suspense
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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It came to me in a dream... there are others who have kissed the fox... extreme... extreme... Featuring surreal synthesizers, effects, french horn, and Mellotron flutes.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, surreal, strange
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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I, Adventurous Eye, will boldly seek to see the unknown. Eye, Adventurous I, am unafraid of the unusual. I, Adventurous Eye, embrace the form and function of symmetry and asymmetry, balance and imbalance. Featuring piano, organ, drums, strings, synthesizer, and flute.
Topics: electronic, acoustic, fusion
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Apocalypse - the word carries a weight of totality and finality. And not just a typical end - things can end and begin again. An apocalypse entails an end without beginnings - a finale finis. Such an imagining is inevitably anthropocentric, but is evocative nonetheless. Featuring orchestra, choir, metallic percussion, and synthesized effects.
Topics: orchestral, choir, dramatic
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Follow the pitch, high or low - on or off the beat. You are at a fork in the dancefloor, and must make - a discocision. Featuring strings, drums, phaser bass, and cheesy saxophone.
Topics: disco, sax, improvisation
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Untethered and floating alone, the marooned balloon is not as isolated as it appears. Detachment is a natural state for a balloon, leaving it free to explore far and wide. Featuring a variety of synthesizers, toy sounds, and whistle lead.
Topics: synthesizer, arpeggiation, atmospheric, improvisation
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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In most dances, participants step - to cha-cha, you shuffle. Enjoy this cha-cha, with a twist. Featuring muted trumpet, piano, upright bass, and assorted percussion.
Topics: jazz, trumpet, cha-cha
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Simplicity. Structure. Pattern. Persistence. The ordinary and the exotic are not mutually exclusive. Featuring female voice, synth drums and bass, and a range of ordinarily exotic sounds including granular oboe and guitar harmonics.
Topics: synthesizer, vocal, oboe
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Magnificent structure abounds, recursively extending indefinitely. Is this truly signal, complexity belying beauty and intelligence and achievement? If it develops naturally from a relatively simple kernel, a set of rules expanding unpredictably, do we judge the result or the process? Featuring piano, drums, and effects.
Topics: improvisation, jazz, syncopation
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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There is something unusual about this - the sky is usually a different shade. No particular catastrophe has brought this about, and no particular remedy is necessary nor feasible. We can simply observe and absorb - a weird orange. Featuring synthesizers playing a variety of blippy arpeggios, sharp smooth leads, breathing booming effects, and thumping looming drums.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, suspense
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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The Thing was uncertain - naturally cautious, and aware of how it was typically received, it didn't want to cause a scene. Yet it hungered - yearned - not a rapacious desire but a measured craving. Satiation lay Out There, with The People. The Thing knew what was needed - to journey and join them, and seek the satisfaction that lay beyond. Featuring a crawly growly wobbly thingy synthesizer, drums, a pulsing bass, and a distant guitar.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, rock
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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Two roads diverged in a concrete plaza, And confused as to where to go And be one car, long I paused And read the signs down one as far as I could To where they hid behind decorative trees; Then took the other, as equally marked, And having perhaps better restaurants, Because it had parking and fewer potholes; Though as for that the driving there Had worn them really about the same, And both that evening similarly stood With smog and noise and flashing lights. Oh, I kept the first for another...
Topics: jazz, improvisation, brushes
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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When substance is stylistic, what is the boundary between substance and style? Perhaps one has already made it, yet is still slapdash in their artistry - is that fakery, or efficiency? Perhaps it is both, depending on context. Muse while enjoying this bit of orchestral artistry, featuring strings, brass, woodwinds, and percussion.
Topics: orchestral, timpani, cymbals
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Dec 26, 2018 Jazzaria.com
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The unknown is naturally foreboding - but it is the only path towards knowing. Complacency undermines knowledge, and exploration - of any of the many kinds - is necessary to grow. Prepare for a departure into the unknown, and emerge wiser for it. Featuring full orchestra and choir, with solo trumpet.
Topics: orchestral, choir, suspense, trumpet